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Gmail detected the website URL asp.net in an email and displayed the informational card seen here. Any ideas how to control this displaying or not displaying automatically?
It appears at the end of the signature block inline. @Ruben is right, it actually is part of the message that was received – it becomes part of the message body on replies, so I’m thinking maybe like what @AIE said, it’s a browser extension, and in this case on the other party’s end.